At Scripps Health, you have access to a wide spectrum of inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation services, ranging from general rehabilitation care for pain and injuries to distinctive specialty programs for specific medical conditions.
To round out our services, Scripps also offers occupational therapy for adult and pediatric patients who are transitioning from the hospital setting to home, or who are not yet mobile enough to participate in rehab therapy outside of the home.
Thanks to our diverse offering of physical rehabilitation services, Scripps can care for any patient whose medical condition or injury — no matter how severe — has impacted their ability to walk, communicate, perform daily activities or function at their normal levels of strength and endurance.
No matter what your diagnosis, you’ll receive high quality rehabilitation care at Scripps from licensed therapists and nurses with a wide variety of advances certifications, including:
- Physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists who are certified to care for orthopedic and neurological conditions, women’s health, and voice and swallowing disorders
- Certified vestibular rehabilitation specialists
- Certified driving rehab specialist
- Certified registered nurses
- Certified wound care and lymphedema therapists
In addition to their training, our team uses some of the most advanced high tech rehab equipment and devices to help their patients heal.
Along with leading-edge treatment in our clinics and hospitals, Scripps offers you and your loved ones helpful classes for stroke rehabilitation and Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation in San Diego. Led by rehabilitation experts, these classes can provide the additional support you need. Learn more about Scripps physical rehabilitation classes and support groups below.
Scripps Health offers inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services at locations throughout San Diego County. View our list of outpatient facilities.